Cruise by private ship on this mini-cruise to Lipari and Vulcano, two islands belonging to the Aeolian Archipelago UNESCO site since 2000. Enjoy free…
Experience the chic and stylish Panarea by day and the explosive eruptions of Stromboli by night on this bestselling day tour from Taormina.
Cruise along the coast of eastern Sicily on a 5-hour boat tour from Taormina. Visit secluded bays, where you can anchor for a swim and laze in the…
Snorkel along Taormina’s coast line on this Isola Bella snorkeling tour. Explore all the beauty and wonders of the Mediterranean followed by a…
Go fishing with a local fisherman then feast on what you caught in the crystal-clear Isola Bella.
This full-day diving tour is a wonderful way for certified divers to experience the bays of Taormina. Dive, enjoy the natural reserve and its…
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What People Are Saying About Taormina
Nice instructor, we had a blast! Lunch was good. We liked the snorkeling so much that we wished we had snorkeled more. We think it would be better if we had more time to snorkel.
Loved every minute of this trip. The guide was very knowledgeable and assisted in every way possible. There was only 3 of us on the trip which made the trip more personal. Would definitely do it again.
It was a very long day. I was not able to go to the beach on Vulcano island. It was to hot for me and the hill to climb too steep. But he kids did it and swam in the water and walked on the black sand.
We were not informed that the departure time on Sunday 31st October had been brought forward by one hour ( even your email on the day said 10). It was pure luck that we caught the bus and hadn't had time to prepare anything to take with us for an 11 hour day. This rushed departure an hour ahead of the planned time spoilt the day for us. If it hadn't been for this it would have been a fantastic day .
I have seen black sand on Stromboli. I appriciate very much that the boat trip to the remote islands,